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Business briefs: Jersey Mike’s supports hospice; Taney Corp. honors employee; Ruby graduates leadership program

Jersey Mike’s supports Carroll Hospice

Mount Airy Jersey Mike’s Subs selected Carroll Hospice to benefit from the restaurant’s ninth annual “Month of Giving” fundraising campaign. The restaurant donated a total of $8,359 to Carroll Hospice—the largest amount the restaurant has raised through the month-long campaign. As part of the fundraising campaign, during March, customers were invited to come into the restaurant, make a donation to Carroll Hospice and take advantage of a variety of special offers. The campaign culminated March 27 during Jersey Mike’s “Day of Giving” when 100 percent of the day’s sales were donated to Carroll Hospice. Pictured, from left: Tiffany Lang, general manager of Mount Airy Jersey Mike’s Subs; Hannah Sturgill, annual funds and conference services specialist at Carroll Hospital; Nick Sargent, franchise owner of Mount Airy Jersey Mike’s Subs; and Ryan Lang, assistant manager of Mount Airy Jersey Mike’s Subs.
Mount Airy Jersey Mike’s Subs selected Carroll Hospice to benefit from the restaurant’s ninth annual “Month of Giving” fundraising campaign. The restaurant donated a total of $8,359 to Carroll Hospice—the largest amount the restaurant has raised through the month-long campaign. As part of the fundraising campaign, during March, customers were invited to come into the restaurant, make a donation to Carroll Hospice and take advantage of a variety of special offers. The campaign culminated March 27 during Jersey Mike’s “Day of Giving” when 100 percent of the day’s sales were donated to Carroll Hospice. Pictured, from left: Tiffany Lang, general manager of Mount Airy Jersey Mike’s Subs; Hannah Sturgill, annual funds and conference services specialist at Carroll Hospital; Nick Sargent, franchise owner of Mount Airy Jersey Mike’s Subs; and Ryan Lang, assistant manager of Mount Airy Jersey Mike’s Subs.
Randy Kraft, Taney Corporation
Randy Kraft, Taney Corporation

Kraft receives Taney Corp. employee honor

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Randy Kraft was chosen Employee of the 2nd Quarter at The Taney Corporation, a wood stairway and rail manufacturer located in Taneytown. Kraft, who works as a circular mechanic, has been with Taney for 38 years.

Rebecca Ruby, Carroll Lutheran Village
Rebecca Ruby, Carroll Lutheran Village

Ruby graduates from leadership program

Rebecca Ruby, of Westminster, has completed the Leadership Carroll Program. She was one of more than 40 graduates of the program honored during a ceremony at Martin’s Westminster on June 11. Ruby is a sales associate at Carroll Lutheran Village where she counsels prospective residents on the living options available at the Village and coordinates move-ins.

Leadership Carroll is a program of the Carroll County Chamber of Commerce in partnership with Carroll Community College to help build civic awareness and leadership skills. The program begins with an overnight retreat in September where participants assess their leadership styles and skills. In subsequent sessions, the class spends one day a month intently focusing on one topic through site visits and guest speakers. Topics include state and local government, education, business and economic development, justice and law, media and nonprofits, and agriculture.

Business briefs offer information about Carroll County-based companies, employees and their operations, news of awards, promotions, new business openings, new hires, etc. Send your release to the Carroll County Times, P.O. Box 169, Westminster, MD 21158, or cctnews@carrollcountytimes.com. Information must be submitted no later than four weeks after an event; include date of the event. Items run on a first-come, first-served, space-provided basis.

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